Baked Alaska Scallops for parties


There are many scallop recipes you can find in your cookbooks and on the Internet, which is easy to do and see how they will be great, however, and # 39; It s hard to find a good recipe for baked scallop, which is also easy to prepare. For this recipe, you only need a few simple ingredients and you & # 39; You will be baking delicious scallops for dinner as soon as possible. You & # 39; You will want to make sure that you get a recipe for Alaska scallops because they & # 39 are the best type of comb for this recipe.

Your simple ingredients include four tablespoons of melted butter, 1 p pounds scallops Alaska, half a cup seasoned dry bread crumbs, 1 teaspoon onion powder, 1 teaspoon of garlic powder, rubbed a teaspoon of paprika and another of dried parsley, three cloves of minced garlic and g cup grated parmesan cheese. Before you start cooking, or cooking ingredients, you have to pre-heat the oven to 400 degrees, so that it could start warming as you cook your scallops.

All you need to do to prepare the scallops to Alaska is to pour oil in an oval casserole dish and put the scallops evenly inside the dish with butter. Mix all your bread crumbs, onion powder, pepper, parsley, minced garlic and cheese together. Then take the mixture and cover your scallops with him. Once the scallops are completely covered with a mixture of spices and cheese, you can put the whole pan in the oven to begin baking.

You have to bake the scallops for about 20 minutes to make sure that they & # 39; re-done. If you are not sure if they are # 39; re-done in the late 20 minutes, just to check if they & # 39 are rigid. After scallops firm, you can take them and serve guests! Some people prefer to make the recipe with spaghetti noodles served under the scallops so the food satisfying.

Your guests will enjoy the baked scallops in Alaska and enjoy eating something a little different and unique in their dinner. In addition, the entire recipe takes about 50 minutes to prepare and cook, so you do not have to stress in a hot kitchen for a few hours before everything arrives.